While planning a trip to Melbourne, most holidaymakers seem to forget about one important issue: Airport transfer. For those who have never visited Melbourne before, here is something you need to know—there are no trains located at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport, hence getting to the city centre is not as simple for first-timers to the world’s most liveable city.
There are several modes of airport transfers available, but one should always consider a number of factors—such as budget, flight timing and the number of travellers with you etc— before picking your ideal mode of airport transfer. From renting a car, taking a taxi to using sky bus, here are 6 Ways To Get From Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport To The City.
We do not blame you if the word ‘glamping’ sounds foreign to you. After all, the terminology is considered an informal word and is basically a merge of the following words, ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’. Today, travellers can embark on glamorous-camping vacations, where their lodging boasts semi-luxurious facilities that one will not get when camping traditionally.
The perks of glamping are aplenty. For instance, holidaymakers can enjoy the tranquil ambience of a jaw-dropping scenic landscape in a remote island, but without compromising on the comforts and amenities of a high end resort.
Here are 10 Best Glamping Spots in Southeast Asia.
Coined as the Las Vegas of Asia, Macau is a municipality of China and one of Portugal’s last colonies. While Macau might be famous for their extravagant casinos, do make it a point to venture beyond the city center’s luxurious hotels.
Take a walk along Macau’s vibrant cobblestone streets and you will discover a wide variety of delectable dishes. These tasty street foods are mostly influenced by the Chinese and Portuguese cuisines. The number of vendors is exhaustive and is admittedly overwhelming, especially for first-timers to Macau.
Dive straight for Macau’s famous classic Pork Chop Buns if you have no additional time and stomach capacity to spare. This delightful street snack is similar to the Western hamburger but with a unique Macanese twist.
What do you first think of when someone mentions Taiwan? For most foreigners, the iconic Taipei 101 skyscraper is the first thing that comes into their minds. However, there is so much more to do and see besides marvelling at the grandeur of Taiwan’s tallest landmark!
Taiwan is one of our favourite Asian countries and the island-country is famous for its inviting hot springs, impressive mountains and bustling night markets. From Chiayi, Hualien, Taipei to Tainan, here are 7 Best Cities In Taiwan to Visit – And The Highlights You Must Not Miss.
The rapid growth of room-letting website Airbnb means that listings are no longer confined to merely budget rooms and humble homes. In fact, travellers with high spend powers are too booking lodging via the popular platform to experience the lavish lifestyles of wealthy locals.
From a Beverly Hills Mansion to Sydney Waterfront Beach House, Here are 10 Luxurious Airbnb Rentals Around The World That Are Worth Splurging On The Next Vacation. What we find incredibly amazing is that you could actually book an entire villa under S$450 a night!
When it comes to travelling, money matters. For instance, backpackers would have to consider their overall travel expenses, including several crucial factors such as transportation costs and the availability of hostels etc. Several expensive first-world cities are automatically rendered unsuitable for backpackers in this case but a few Asian cities are actually exceptionally ideal.
Here is our guide to the 7 Best Cities in Asia To Travel To For Backpackers in terms of affordability and accessibility. These vibrant destinations boast a multitude of iconic attractions and exciting activities at wallet-friendly prices, where backpackers can have a great time without breaking the bank.
Most avid travellers have been to Bangkok and other touristy destinations in Thailand such as Phuket, Pattaya and whatnot. But have you heard of Koh Kood Island or even Nong Khai? Well, perhaps some of you have – but we bet that most of you are completely clueless.
From Chiang Rai, Kanchanaburi to Sukhothai, here is our guide to 8 Underrated Destinations in Thailand you never knew about; these places are amazing gateways to exciting discoveries!
Alexandra Road spans approximately 4.5 kilometres and several train stations—namely Redhill, Queenstown and Labrador Park—are close to this stretch of road. Most Singaporeans travel to this neighbourhood to purchase furniture, buy sports shoes, service their cars, but venture further and you will discover a treasure trove of old and new dining destinations.
From Keng Eng Kee Seafood, Love Confectionery, Queensway Lau Tan Tutu Kueh, The Bakehouse by Carpenter and Cook to Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee, here is our Alexandra Neighbourhood Food Guide—16 Cafes, Hawkers & Restaurants You Should Dine At.